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Honeywell Flour Mills: Graduate Trainee Millers recruitment – Engineering and Food Science Tech Graduates
Honeywell Flour Mills is Nigeria’s leading flour mill company. The company has a multi-billion Naira modern factory located at Tin-can Island Port, Apapa, Lagos, equipped with state-of-the-art machinery for wheat discharge/storage, milling, quality control and warehousing.
Demand for Honeywell Superfine Flour has continued to grow exponentially, as evidenced by its turnover figures. In a bid to cater to its increasing clientele, it has consistently upgraded its production facilities. Production commenced in 1998 following the construction and installation of a 200-metric tonnes wheat mill at the Tin Can Island site. Following the successful commissioning of the mill, the sale of “Honeywell Superfine Flour” commenced on July13, 1998.
Vacancies currently exist for Trainee Millers
Category : General
Reference no. : 04
The ideal candidates will not be more than 28 years of age and possess a Bachelors degree, at least Second Class Upper Division, or its equivalent in Chemical Engineering, Food Science and Technology, Mechanical Engineering or Agricultural Engineering. Ideally, candidates should have 2-3 years working experience in a manufacturing organisation.
Applicants must have a disciplined but flexible approach to work, and ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines. Successful candidates will undergo intensive local and overseas training in milling operations and qualify as Professional Millers at the end of their 36 months training. During this period, they should be able to progressively take responsibility for various sections of the Milling operation, from screen room to product bins and packing, including heading a shift in the absence of the Shift Miller.
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Closing Date : 19 March 2010
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